Each Monday we bring you a random selection of tunes to help you start the week off right. Make a music selection by leaving a comment below and we will add it to next week’s selection. Hope everyone enjoys the tunes.

So melodic, so gentle on the ears. If you love Slayer but can’t enjoy their music to wind down after a busy day, this is exactly what you need in your life.

Big Shaq, the alter-ego of British comedian Michael Dapaah, became one of 2017’s biggest music memes with his ‘Mans Not Hot’ freestyle. Now, he’s followed up that smash hit with a sequel called ‘Man Don’t Dance’.

Each Monday we bring you a random selection of tunes to help you start the week off right. Make a music selection by leaving a comment below and we will add it to next week’s selection. Hope everyone enjoys the tunes.

ASAP Rocky’s music videos rarely disappoint and his new visual for the Skepta-assisted Testing highlight “Praise the Lord (Da Shine)” is no exception. Directed by Dexter Navy, the gritty video is centered around split-screen visuals that clash Rocky’s life in New York City with Skepta’s world in London. You can watch it now.

Ever since the South African rave-rap group burst onto the scene in 2009, they have managed to continually surprise us with just how subversive, depraved and, often, downright crazy their aesthetic can be. The sky is truly the limit for the patron saints of Zef.

Each Monday we bring you a random selection of tunes to help you start the week off right. Make a music selection by leaving a comment below and we will add it to next week’s selection. Hope everyone enjoys the tunes.

Born in Syracuse in 1995 but raised in Grapevine, TX, Austin Richard Post has grown up to become one of the most powerful creative forces in pop culture today—as well as the most misunderstood. MASS APPEAL pulled up to the fast food restaurant where he used to work, spoke with teachers, classmates, family members, and Dre London, the manager who’s been rocking with him since his first SoundCloud upload.

What do you get when you mash up Bill Withers‘ 1972 hit “Use Me” and Pantera‘s obliterating 1992 track “Mouth For War”? A very pissed off Phil Anselmo backed by a very not-at-all pissed off band.

Paak’s newest single is a high-energy banger that explores aspects of the come-up, and the Calmatic-directed video is just as animated. The creative, surrealistic visual finds the 32-year-old performer making it rain anywhere possible: next to a billboard that shouts out his hometown of Oxnard, Calif., while hanging from a chandelier, and even at a fast food restaurant as women dance all around.

Each Monday we bring you a random selection of tunes to help you start the week off right. Make a music selection by leaving a comment below and we will add it to next week’s selection. Hope everyone enjoys the tunes.

Tyga has already showed his admiration for Offset’s ear, as he previously remixed the Migos member’s “Ric Flair Drip” record earlier this year, but now the two are teaming up for their new “Taste” record. Recently the California rapper dropped off the raunchy music video for their collaboration, which features them throwing two parties at a mansion in the hills, as well as a roller skating rink.

Who the hell makes a video dissing teachers? Is Jake Paul 12? Aside from possibly parents, it’s the lowest hanging fruit when it comes to appealing to young kids. People generally grow out of hating teachers and parents eventually, once they realise what a monumental job it is to be one or the other.

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There’s something about Sugarfoot’s perfectly-constructed drum work on Smooth Criminal that’s both of its time and completely timeless—a key part of Michael Jackson’s sound.

It’s been business as usual at Cannes, with protests against the strict heels-only policy on the red carpet, and mass walkouts from films that lean a little too heavily on the gruesome side. One thing we weren’t expecting, though, was that a performance from 50 Cent would feature a guest appearance from none other than the legend, John Travolta.

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Donald Glover almost broke the Internet when he dropped the video for his new song ‘This is America.’ It has quickly been hailed as a masterpiece and – considering the important issues that it tackles in such a bold and uncompromising way – there were hopes that it wouldn’t be turned into another senseless meme. Sadly it is 2018 and anything that is remotely popular, regardless of quality or content, will become a meme.